In several other European countries are already in frequencies of different widths in the 60 m band available for amateur radio.The frequency range fills a gap between the 80 and the 40 meter band. If during the day the MUF (maximum usable frequency) decreases, for example, in the winter months below 7 MHz while but the LUF (lowest usable frequency) remains above 4 MHz, the 60 m band is the only usable band to bridge certain distances within a country. This aspect is possibly relevant to a Notfunkverkehr.At the international level a 60 meter band for amateur radio service is an item on the agenda of the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC), which will be held in Geneva from November 2 to 27.
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